None the less, there is written evidence indicating that Ahlers knew Otto had gone into hiding and was aware of his hiding place. In a testimony given to Lee, Ahlers' 82-year-old brother, Cas, said that Ahlers told him that he betrayed the Franks during the war.
So, what was the name that Anne Frank gave her diary?
During this madness, Otto first gave his daughter Anne a diary in June 1942, when she was 13 years old. The family went into hiding in Amsterdam in 1942, and Anne started to record her feelings and observations.
Why did the Frank family go into hiding?
Anne Frank's Family Goes into Hiding. In early July 1942, after Margot Frank received a letter ordering her to report to a work camp in Germany, Anne Frank's family went into hiding in an attic apartment behind Otto Frank's business, located at Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam.
Why did The Diary of Anne Frank become so popular?
Anne Frank's diary has become famous throughout the world. The diary provides a vivid and poignant glimpse into the world of a young Jewish girl living in Nazi occupied Holland. Anne wrote diary while hiding from the Nazis in an Amsterdam warehouse. She was just 13 when she and her family went into hiding.
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